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Quebec adds 22 new COVID-19 deaths as hospitalizations plummet

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COVID-19 pandemic.Hospitalizations related to the disease stood at 2,051 after 127 people were admitted and 195 were discharged in the last day.There were 60 patients in intensive care units, a drop of four.The province also recorded 1,243 new infections of the novel coronavirus.

The daily tally doesn’t provide a a full portrait of the situation since it is based on PCR testing results, which remains limited to certain groups.

Quebec workers board says five COVID-19 deaths in 2021 linked to workplaces On that note, 16,518 tests were administered at government-run screening sites.Officials say the results of 283 additional rapid tests were declared by Quebecers in the latest update.

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